Breach Of Employment Agreements

What You Should Know About Employment Agreements

Many employment agreements are in writing, but many are also implied through verbal communications, job descriptions, or employee handbooks. An employer’s failure to provide predetermined holiday pay or sick time, mileage reimbursement for travel expenses, or benefits stipulated in a severance agreement are all instances that constitute a breach of an employment agreement.

If you believe your employer has breached or broken an employment policy or agreement, I invite you to reach out to my firm to discuss the situation in further detail.

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We possess over a decade of experience. We have a thorough understanding of both sides of the law, having traveled across both Pennsylvania and New Jersey for several years defending against employment and other litigation claims in various federal and state courts.

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During our consultation, we can talk about the facts of your case and I can help answer your questions and alleviate your concerns. We can also discuss potential damages available for your situation.

Depending on the situation, both expectation damages and liquidated damages can be recovered.

Expectation damages are amounts you should have received if the contract had been performed as agreed upon. Liquidated damages are those that are often provided for in certain employment contracts. They stipulate the amount of monetary damages available to a non-breaching party in the event of a breach.

If you have questions or believe you may have a cause of action for a breach of a benefit under an employment agreement or policy, please contact my office.

Call us at (215) 545-8917 or contact us today to schedule an appointment for a confidential case review.

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(March 14, 2021)
A Pa. mom says her boss forced her out of her job during the pandemic. She sued.

It’s close to impossible for many parents to work and also care for young children, said Philadelphia employment lawyer David Koller, who represents Delaney.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, effective March 2020, required employers to provide paid sick leave and paid leave to care for children whose schools had closed due to the pandemic. Employees who suffered demotions, lost pay, terminations or other negative consequences at work may be able to make a claim under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

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